This one really needs to be viewed bigger. To do that just click on the photograph and a new tab will open in your browser with a larger version of the image. (incidentally that applies to all of the more recent images that I’ve posted).
I liked this as a composition and that was what prompted the photograph but the end result was a little more interesting than I had bargained for. I’ll be honest I didn’t ‘see’ the patterns created by the mesh that makes up the chair backs until the image was opened up in Lightroom for editing. The bokeh along the tops of the chair is an added bonus.
This was shot with a Nikon d40x (which doesn’t have live view or a dof preview) and the aperture was f/5.6.
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